Labrador Morning | Nov 21, 2012 | 10:00

Jeremy Shannon Reid

There was a lot of firsts at the parole hearing for Jeremy Shannon Reid yesterday. For the first time he publicly spoke about what actually happened the night he got behind the wheel after drinking and ran down two people at an intersection in Wabush.

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